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Essay heading: Gallipoli
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Date added: October 16, 2005
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No matter who tells the story, the entire campaign is always seen from an Allied viewpoint. No matter whether the author the is on the Helles front or at Anzac, you yourself keep looking with him at Achi Baba, you keep hoping for the capture of Chunuk Bair. This approach to the campaign yields of course a twisted view on the reality of those days...
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This approach to the campaign yields of course a twisted view on the reality of those days. In essence, much that was hoped for, was simply impossible in the field. It could therefore be interesting, to leave the trodden path, and have a different look at some aspects of the Gallipoli campaign. Why not run across nomansland and, just for once, peep through a loophole in the Turkish parapet? Perhaps the view from there might teach us some interesting bits about the question we started from : ' How could things go so wrong ?'
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